P3 Homework w/b 6.9.21

Hi everyone,

Another busy week in P3 but we are all loving it and putting in such great effort.  We live by the motto ”practice makes progress” and always focus on knowing that we can achieve any goal if we put in the work and you can really feel that in the ethos in our classroom.


  • On Thursday the 9th Mrs Caldwell will be covering the class first thing in the morning should you feel you need to prepare your child for change.
  • PE days are Tuesday and Thursday so please make sure your child comes to school prepared in suitable clothing and with a water  bottle (water only please).
  • Due to COVID guidance can we please be ensuring children do not bring toys to school. It also helps to ensure children are concentrating and listening when they should be.  If other arrangements have been made with me , for example fidgets, these can continue to come to school.
  • Can I give a gentle reminder that homework should be handed in on Friday (unless other arrangements have been made with me) so I can refresh the word lists. Otherwise I will not have a chance to do this throughout the week.



Flans Across the River

Monday -Chapter One

Tuesday- Chapter Two

Wednesday- Chapter Three

Thursday- Can you draw/create your own design to get the flans across the river that would be more effective than Rodney’s. What features of your design make it more effective and why? If Rodney used your design would the ending of the story be significantly different and how?



Monday -p1-7

Tuesday- p8 – 16

Wednesday- p16 – 24

Thursday- p24 – 32


The Victorian Adventure

Monday – p1 – 7

Tuesday- p8 – 16

Wednesday- p16 – 24

Thursday- p24 – 32


The Land of the Dinosaurs

Monday – p1-7

Tuesday- p8 – 16

Wednesday- p16 – 24

Thursday- p24 – 32



Monday – p1 – 6

Tuesday- p6 – 12

Wednesday- p13 – 16

Thursday- p17 – 24



Spelling is as it was last week using the attached spelling menu.

Have a great week everyone. 🙂

Miss Ramsay

P7 News W/B Monday 6th September ’21

Hi all,

🎽 PE  – Monday and Wednesday – please come to school dressed for PE outdoors. Remember to bring a water bottle for hydration. 

🏠Homework :

📝Spelling –  Please hand in completed work on Friday. Please ensure all writing is neat.

🏠 House Captain Speech – Candidates for the P7 House Captain roles will deliver their speeches to their house teams on Monday 13th September ( outdoors). However, I would like everyone to complete the House Captain home task sheet, even if a pupil has no intention of becoming a house captain.

  • No Maths homework this week!

🏌️‍♂️ Monday 6th September – We have a workshop today to learn about a former Scottish golfing champion, Tommy Morris.

💷 Enterprise – As part of ongoing financial education, P7 were given an enterprise task last week- each child was given £20 in plastic  money, a budgeting account sheet and time to make a business plan.

Children have been very industrious and extremely enthusiastic  making small craft items with selected materials they bought from the class ‘shop’. Children also got paid for doing jobs, such as working in the shop and the bank!

We open the market place (covid aware!) this week so that trading can begin in earnest. Watch this space as they say…who could be the next Apprentice?


That’s all for now,

Thank you,

Miss Brunt

Primary 2 Homework Update


Primary two have been settling in well and have been working hard, well done primary two!

Homework will be handed out on Tuesdays and collected in on the following Monday, beginning next week (Tuesday 7th September).  I will include paper copies of guidance for each pupil in their new homework books as well as posting here on the website at the beginning of each week.

If possible please could the pupils bring in their book bag daily as we will be reading in class every day.

As of next week, I will also post a weekly round up newsletter of what we’ve been learning and enjoying in class here on the website every Friday.

If you have any questions or would like to contact me please feel free to do so on:


Many thanks for all your support,

Mrs Lynne Lynch